Groups: Autism Spectrum (Activities Also)

Autism London
22-23 Salisbury Road, Leyton · London, E10 5RG, +44 20 8556 8147
or, Monthly Meeting, 1st Tuesday of the Month at Voluntary Action Camden. 293-299 Kentish Town Road, NW5 2TJ. Tel: 020 7284 6550. Fax: 020 7284 6551. Typetalk: 18001-020 7284 6555. Email:

Ladbroke Grove Autism Centre Presbytery Building The National Autistic Society 73c St Charles Square London W10 6EJ. tel: 020 8962 3010
Aspergers Group Meets every Tuesday Evening

Gail Williams, St Josephs Pastoral Care, Grove, The Burroughs, Hendon,
London, NW4 4TY 02082023994, or 0781576330 Taster

Unity Unitarian Church, 277A Upper Street, Islington, London N1 2TZ.
Groups Meets Fortnightly Tuesday 6:30-8:00pm.
Rev. Andrew Pakula
mobile: 07809 144 879 email:


Barnet Asperger’s Activities Group
Organises various social activities throughout each month with a monthly drop-in.
Information: Shelly Gibbons at Barnet Mencap – Tel: 020 8203 6688

Camden ASME (Autistic Spectrum Membership Enterprise)
Weekly meet-ups Thurs 6 – 9pm. 12 week programme of activities in the Community and on site.
Contact Alex for more details.

NAS Harrow Branch (NASH)
Helen Fleetwood, Branch Officer, 35 , Pinner Green, Pinner, Harrow,
Middlesex (North West) HA5 2AF
Tel: 07919 293777 | 020 8866 2244
Summary:- NAS Harrow provide help and support to adults with various levels of autism. The team provides support to the adult service users in their homes and within the local community with day services that concentrate on independent living, independent choices and independent development.
Objectives:- To provide adults with ASD and aspergers with services to promote independence.

Developmental Adult Neuro-Diversity Association (DANDA)
Meets: Pub evening at The Knights Templar, 95 Chancery Lane · London
WC2A 1DT, 4th Tuesday of every month.
DANDA Telephone: 07722703805 – Available from 1st June 2013

Ladbroke Grove Autism Centre (NAS)
At Ladbroke Grove autism centre we support people of all ages on the autism spectrum to help them achieve their full potential. Our centre offers a safe and supportive environment in which children, young people and adults can meet other people, try new activities, explore interests and develop their confidence and independence. We also offer support and training to families, carers and professionals.
Tel: 020 3326 1200

Hoffmann de Visme Foundation
Providing specialist services to those who have behavioural, learning and communication difficulties within the autistic continuum
Head Office: Fanz House, Basement Office, 99-101 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 6TY
Tel: 0207 269 6930

Asperger’s Syndrome Service – Kingston
The Kingston Asperger Service (KAS) offers specialist diagnostic assessment, support, advice and guidance for adults with Asperger Disorder. This service includes both psychology and speech and language therapy services. Following a diagnosis, practical, employment and emotional support and counseling is available. Referrals to other services may also be facilitated when necessary. The service can be accessed by GP referral. The Kingston Asperger Service is also able to provide consultancy, training and advice to other health and social care services within Kingston.
Address: Kingston Asperger Service, The Sherwood Centre, Warren Road, Kingston, Surrey KT2 7HY
Tel: 020 8547

Spectrum Girls
Spectrum Girls offers girls with high functioning autism (HFA) or Asperger syndrome (AS) the
opportunity to make cybermates, penpals and friends through organised social events, and the chance for parents and siblings to meet and support each other as well as have fun! Events are organised in London and Home Counties but families from outside this area are welcome to find cybermate for their daughters/friends. For more information and to join the group, please contact
Information: Lesley Zorlakki – 07714 483 485

Turtle Key Arts
Turtle Key Arts pioneers arts participation projects that identify and fill the gaps in education provision, often charting new territories, for example, with our projects aimed at autistic (The Key Club, Turtle Opera) and blind teenagers (Key Moves). Also, as Turtle Key Arts is independent and flexible, these projects were developed at a time when few other people were working with these groups.
Address: -Turtle Key Arts, Ladbroke Hall,79 Barlby Road, London W10 6AZ
Tel: 020 8964 5060

Club Amigo & Beatz
WLCC operates outside of the usual 8.30-4.30 college day providing valuable social groups such Club Amigo and Beatz. All members must have a diagnosis of autism or Asperger’s syndrome and let staff know how they will get to and from the event for purposes of safety.
Address: -West London Community College 2012 | Colne Lodge, Longbridge Way, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 2YG
Tel: – 01895 619700

Northern Lights
Meets: First Wednesday of the month at the Tally Ho Pub, North Finchley

Shenfield Asperger’s group
This informal group is for people with Asperger Syndrome (a form of autism), and their families / carers. We meet to chat, make new friends and support each other.
All ages are welcome. Free to come along, and free refreshments.
Meets on the 2nd Saturday of every month (except August), from 1 – 3pm, at
Friends Meeting House, 49 Hutton Road, Shenfield, ESSEX CM15 8NF.
It’s just a 5 minute walk from Shenfield Railway Station.
Turn left out of Shenfield Station and keep walking until you get to the Friends Meeting House, on your left.
For further details, contact Pat Smith on 07761 371 315

Centre 404 Islington
020 7607 8762

K & C Employment & Well Being Project
Current Regular Groups & Events
(A joint project between Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, represented by Primary Care Psychological Health, & Depression Alliance)
Run by George Redmayne & Emily Wheeler
George Mob: 07976 244589
Emily Mob: 07977 209694
PCPH (South Hub) 15 Gertrude Street London SW10 0JN
PCPH (North Hub St Charles’ Hospital Exmoor Street London W10 6DZ
Depression Alliance Tel: 0845 123 2320
Registered Office: 20 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4LX
Creativity Group (14:30 -17:30 Notting Hill W11)
Staying Well Group (14:30 – 17:30 St Charles Centre W10)
Walk & Talk Group (10:30 – 12:30 Old Brompton Road SW10)
Fitness Fun Group (10:30 – 12:30 Holland Park W11)
Jewellery-Making Group (14:30 – 17:30 Kings Road SW10)
Art Group (14:30 – 17:30 Kings Road SW10)
Monthly Guided museum/exhibition trip
Bi-monthly Midweek Evening Social Event
Further Groups & Events Contemplated (subject to member feedback & participation
• Weekly complementary therapy
• Further week-end and mid-week evening activities

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